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Dec 9, 2011 | 7:37 PM EST
  • Underdog of the Week December 14, 2011

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A new discovery 5 Points Split horizontally for the first time
Against Newton 10 Points Split vertically for the first time
Welcome to the sewer 100 Points Complete the game

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Invertion is a challenging puzzle platformer game. You'll need all your skills to finish this Portal inspired adventure.

Feel free to host the game on your site.
Non-exclusive licenses are available.

Just contact us.

Have fun!

PS. Thanks for all the positive comments I'm getting. I'm definately planning to make a sequel with tons of new ideas, to continue the story.

Reviews


fortstickssfortstickss

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 11, 2011

inspired from portal i'm guessing

blue and orange working together...
evil AI...



jobriqjobriq

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars December 11, 2011

great game

I feel like it's a bit too much like portal to seem like its own game but



DaggralfDaggralf

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 11, 2011

Fantastic

Looks good.
Acts good.
Sounds not too anoying.
Good challenge.
I´m stuck right now, and have to return to real life for a while, but I hope there´s alot of lvls left to tamper w/h later on.



monochromeMindmonochromeMind

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars December 11, 2011

Wonderful!

First off, this game is abosolutely fabulous. I love the idea behind it, and to the people saying this is a rip off of GLaDOS: The idea of a murderous AI trapping people is not an idea Valve invented, it's been done before. (not that I'm saying Portal isn't great either, I love that game too!)
-The controls are very responsive, my only complaint about them is that when using WASD to walk pressing ZXC can be a bit awkward. (sorry if there are alternatives to them that I didn't notice, I know you can use the arrow keys to walk but I'm so used to using WASD using arrow keys feels uncomfortable).
-I love the graphics, the little robot is adorable!
-The music, while repetitive, is well fitting and didn't start to get boring until the very end of the game.
-The splitting idea was very fun, if a little confusing at times! (I'm not very good at paying attention to all the little robots at once) It looks like there could be a lot more puzzles that utilise it, so I dearly hope that you make a sequel!
-The writing a voice acting were brilliant.
-The only two problems I had with it were that it was a bit too short, and that the ending felt a little... unrewarding, but if you plan to make a sequel I guess niether of these minuses matter that much. Anyway, fanastic game, and I hope to see more great games from you in the future!


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HighUpStudio responds:

Thanks for the comments. And yes, I'm planning to do a sequel.


URTemplarURTemplar

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 11, 2011

Haters, shut up, this is a great game

Brilliant minds think alike. This isn't different with flash games.

I find it amazing and amusing that so many reviewers would go on whining about similarities between your game and Portal or GLaDOS.

The game is great. Great graphic work, very responsive controls, great ideas for levels, and the music, even repetitive, only gets boring after a long time. No doubt a great quality work and deserves a good score.

The only thing I didn't like: it's too short. You could make more levels. Also, if you even think about making a Invertion 2, try to put on new stuff - not that you need, just to shut the haters up.

I find it quite sad that so many players would lower your score based on the "theory" that you ripped off existing games. I say "sad" because you obviously put a lot of effort here and, even if you did get the idea from somewhere else, at the end of the day you just made a very fun and entertaining game with a great quality AND made it available to the world via NG.

Great game! Congratulations! You deserve a great score and a place on the front page!


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HighUpStudio responds:

Thanks for the comment UrTemplaer. It's appreciated.

As for Invertion 2, I'm definately thinking about making it. I already have tons of ideas for the sequel, it should be a great game too. Also, if you finished the game, you probably noticed there is no "real" ending, since Invertion 1 is already built to have a sequel that continue the story.